Will i be able to pull back a 70lb compound bow?

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  • Will i be able to pull back a 70lb compound bow?


Answer #1 | 30/12 2013 06:05
YES. Because you are already familiar using it, and you are athletic enough to pull the 70 lbs. compound bow.
Answer #2 | 30/12 2013 07:27
You probably will be able too. If you've been shooting the same draw weight for a long time then you're ready to move up. Even if it's tough for you to pull it back you will be able to do it if you keep at it. Good hunting!
Answer #3 | 30/12 2013 06:15 Please don't post questions twice. That pushes other good questions that need an answer down the list, and it's very inconsiderate. I realize it may have been an error. Delete this question, and refer to the one linked above. Thank you.
Answer #4 | 30/12 2013 07:46
first question i would ask you if i were selling a bow to you is what are you hunting. do you really need that much draw wieght. you probably may be able to draw it but how long can you hold it steady is another? i'm 6-1 220lb i still only use 57lb draw for deer, moose, bear, more isn't necessary. my gf only uses 48lb on her compound.
Answer #5 | 30/12 2013 08:58
It is hard telling. Go to a bow shop and see what works.
Answer #6 | 30/12 2013 16:21
Well you could always go to the store and draw the string back, without dry firing of course, and see if you can. And'll know. Sooo....wait, why is this a question??
Answer #7 | 30/12 2013 11:43
Agree with Mr.357 and Andy here. My husband is 5'8" muscular dude and shoots a 60# longbow easily, and can draw a 65# compound - doesn't own one now. I went to the archery shop to test different compounds and plan to buy a new compound next summer. So the smart thing is to buy an adjustable bow. The shop can customize it to you. Hunters here are very helpful but the shop guys can answer more in a minute than you'll have time to read here. Get personal archery help, worth it.

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